We have now reached the letter M in our sepia alphabet. M is for money, morning, mist, marmalade and men. M is also for machines and our theme image this week features a girl working on a sewing machine in the Netherlands in the 1920s. So look out your M themed old photographs - or, indeed, any old photographs - and link them to the list below on or around Saturday 7th November 2020. Whilst you are waiting for your new pair of shoes to be finished, take a look at what the next two letters in the sepia alphabet have to offer.
M is for mourning: My dad's Uncle Albert succumbs to the 1918 influenza.
M is for making many different things on many different machines!
An old image, and a story of a shoe-maker ancestor!
M is for Mendelssohn but not the musician.
I have been too wrapped up in election news and other things to do my due diligence to Jesse Bryan, so I'm recycling an old post (that I had not used for Sepia Saturday) about my grandmother's sewing machine.
This weekend I pick up the machine theme with a set of photographs of unusual musicians.
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